Apr. 2, 2013 @ 12:16 AM _
HERE IS THE LINK TO THE SURVEY.
You’ll be helping our team better understand the experiences shared by CODAs and beyond. Thanks so much!
Mar. 12, 2013 @ 4:30 PM _
NOVA Interview with Sally Ride: Watch an uncut interview conducted at NASA in 1984.
(FYI. Sally Ride was a feminist. Was the first US woman to fly into space. Was part of the first astronaut class to accept women. Attended Stanford. Passed away last year in July from cancer and left behind her Sally Ride Sciences-a group committed to STEM education for young girls and left behind her partner Tam.)
Mar. 11, 2013 @ 4:30 PM _
Congratulations! This month, Dr. Ellen Ochoa, a four-time astronaut and the first Latina to go to space, launched into the next era of her stellar career. She became the first Hispanic and second female director of NASA’s Johnson Space Center (JSC).
Mar. 10, 2013 @ 5:30 PM _
Mar. 9, 2013 @ 4:30 PM _
Female engineers — despite their stubbornly small numbers in all industries — increasingly have a big impact on the vehicles and safety features that Detroit is offering. Yet of the estimated 28,000 engineers working in automotive fields who are members of SAE International, only 1,500 or 5% are women. The group, formerly known as the Society of Automotive Engineers, has more than 138,000 members.
Mar. 8, 2013 @ 4:30 PM _
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Oct. 5, 2012 @ 12:34 PM _
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Long story short, I bought these for a class I didn’t end up taking. And I tried to price them at half off of what I paid. The bookstore was willing to give me 2 dollars for them both. Uh, no thanks! I spent 100 on each! Yikes.
Anyway, let me know!
Oct. 3, 2012 @ 3:22 PM _
Oct. 3, 2012 @ 2:58 PM _
Roominate – a new line of dollhouses for girls aims to spark interest in science, technology, and STEM rather than reinforcing the gender stereotypes of traditional toys. The startup comes from three female engineers.
Oct. 3, 2012 @ 2:49 PM _
1:15AM EST October 3. 2012 - QUANTICO, Va. — It was 10 a.m., and the Marines trudging along the road bordered by thick Virginia woods had been up for seven hours already.
Their uniforms were soaked with sweat, and their faces showed signs of the pain in their muscles. Their day was far from over.
The demanding training was a typical first day in the Marine Corps’ Infantry Officer Course except for one thing: For the first time, two women were part of the class.
"The women are expected to do everything that the men do," says Marine Col. Todd Desgrosseilliers, who commands the organization responsible for basic Marine officer and infantry training. "We haven’t changed anything."
Women have been steadily moving into many ranks previously barred to them, living at forward bases, flying combat aircraft and serving on submarine crews. Women remain barred from the infantry and other combat-arms specialties, but for the first time are being allowed to enter the Marines infantry officer training.
Oct. 3, 2012 @ 2:42 PM _